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Telemundo
Oct 19, 2012 6:30pm EDT
ante la lucha del cÁncer de seno. >>> largas detenciÓnes en los Ángeles, inmigrantes dicen que son vÍctima de injustas detenciÓnes. >>> reveladoras pÁginas de los boy scout. >>> princesa sofÍa y el mundo mÁgico de disney presenta a su primera princesa latina, la ediciÓn viernes del noticiero telemundo comienza ya. >>> comenzamos con un tema que estÁ estremeciendo la credibilidad de los boy scout de amÉrica, despues que una corte ordenÓ publicar los llamados archivos de la perversiÓn donde aparecen nombres de ex lÍderes de los jovenes exploradores sospechosos de acoso sexual infantil y abusos. >>> llamados archivos de la perversiÓn, 14500 pÁginas que tiende caen dÉcadas de abusos e boy scout. >>> duele saber esto. >>> el caso de juÁrez de 35 aÑos y hoy candidato al concilio de oakland no estÁ en esas cajas, Él y otros niÑos hispanos acusaron de abuso sexual a uno de sus lÍderes que cumpliÓ 14 aÑos tras confesar el abuso, fueron pocos los detalles que juÁrez accediÓ a revivir. >>> buscaba niÑos de diez aÑos a quince aÑos. es la perversiÓn de una persona qu
Telemundo
Oct 18, 2012 6:30pm PDT
estados unidos y en mÉxico. ampliamos desde los Ángeles. >>> cuando a nnastacio hernÁnde muriÓ bajo la custodia de agentes federales las autoridades dijeron que iban investigar y nada se hizo. hasta que surgiÓ este video que puso todo de cabeza. >>> le estaban abusando y pateando por mÁs de media hora y se muriÓ el seÑor y la patrulla fronteriza dice que Él estaba resistiendo. >>> el departamento de seguridad nacional ha ordenado la revisiÓn de las formas sobre uso de fuerza de agentes fronterizos para ver si existe un problema sistemÁtica o la contrataciÓn acelerada ha bajado la calidad. >>> vmatan y despuÉs investigan. >>> 16 congresistas comunicaron la preocupaciÓn al departamento. >>> muchos meses podrÍa tomar, el hecho que se haga podrÍa responder a las preocupaciones de congresistas y a presiÓn internacional. >>> supuestos casos de fuerza excesiva han sido condenados por el gobierno de mÉxico y la alta comisionada de la onu para los derechos humanos, incluido otro incidente este mes donde resulÓo muerto un joven. >>> tiene ocho balazos en su espalda y estaba tirand
FOX News
Oct 19, 2012 3:00pm EDT
all took place fear his family hangouts around los angeles and they trying to get their hands on a series of audio tapes from 1969 that they believe could provide more clues, coming from this guy, a man son follower, who, too, is serving a life sentence, tex watson. what do we know of the tapes, trace? >>trace: hours of conversations that he had with his attorney back in 1969. he was very forthcoming about his involvement with charles manson and at the least, police believe they can get a better understanding and more insight about what the man son family was doing at the time of the killing. a judge first said the los angeles police department could have the tapes but watson appealed and now it is tied up in courts. whatever is on the tapes be the man who covered this back in the day, he says he thinks there is more to the story. >> i am not at all surprised this could be more murders. we all suspected it at the time, where is the rest of this? we did not believe this just happened one time. >>trace: charles manson believed they would be blamed on black militants and that would sp
ABC
Oct 19, 2012 4:30am PDT
newscast. >>> los angeles police think an office in texas could hold key to dozens of unsolved murders by the manson family. according to "l.a. times" the investigation came to late during a legal battle to obtain taped interviews with manson follower watson. they were convicted of killing eight people in a plot to insight a -- to incite a race war. earlier this month federal judge in texas granted injunction preventing lapd from search ago office where the tapes are kept. >>> extreme athletes take over san francisco where you can see them all weekend for free. >>> google slip-up that cost the company billions. >>> break in campaigning for a night of laughs. you don't want to miss the jokes by president obama and mitt romney. >>> sea lion gets all-clear froms did. >>> we are going to see sunshine but it will take a while. 60s and 70s today, maybe 80 at livermore that will be the exception temperatures will be cooler than yesterday. heading into the great lakes 50s there, 70s along the eastern seaboard, 50s headed that way. mid to upper 50s around seattle and portland, 93 phoenix. chicago
CBS
Oct 19, 2012 4:00am EDT
to home as you can be. fort worth, texas los angeles, california honolulu, hawaii the uso is how america supports her troops. it's how we say thank you to the men and women who have placed our fortunes and our families and our futures ahead of their own. the uso is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that relies on the generosity of the american people. san diego, california san antonio, texas, baby. pasadena, california. but for now, it's right here. find out how you can help. visit us at uso.org. the uso. until every one comes home. >>> good morning and welcome to 9news now. today is friday, october 19th. good morning women in la plata, maryland, they're watching, i'm andrea roane. >> and i'm jessica doyle in for mike hydeck. monika samtani will have your friday morning traffic. i will. and hopefully there's good news there at this point. >> a little bit. >>> and howard bernstein has the friday morning forecast. >> yeah, loud night last night. almost got in even earlier than we normally do thanks to mother nature. loud and pouring in spots. most of that for the time
Univision
Oct 19, 2012 6:30pm EDT
a la oficina del alguacil de los ángel. varios inmigrantes fueron revenidos... diremos por qué la lucha de una familia hispana, para que sigan con un inmigrante. quedó en coma y no tiene seguro médico. >>> y hablar de le vado de madera hablamos de una nueva actividad de las mafias de la dlin delincuencia organizada. la tala ilegal de bosques que ocurre... como el amazonas desafortunadamente donde más lo necesitamos. talando los bosques. . >>> lavado de madera luego de diamantes y sustancias ilícitas. lo importante en el mundo. >>> en instantes, decenas de madres centroaméricas marchan por méxico para que les digan que sucedió con sus hijos desaparecidos. >>> decenas de madres centroaméricas participan en una caravana por méxico. y ¿cual es u objetivo? dar con el paradero de sus hijos que desaparecieron cuando trataban de llegar a estados unidos. edgar muñoz nos dice que estas madres piden un alto a la violencia en contra de indocumentados en méxico. >>> la caravana mado dres centroaméricas que buscan a sus familiares desaparecidos en méxico, llegó a tamaulipas, nuev
ABC
Oct 19, 2012 5:00am PDT
identity. what he is saying, next. >>> why los angeles police are investigating a dozen unsolved murders that may be linked to >>> welcome back. cloud cover changes are on the way. 20° cooler in some spots today i'll show that you big drop and update on your rain in a few minutes. >>> 5:43. the young man known as victim 1 in the jerry sandusky case is telling his story only to abc news. the 18-year-old reveals himself in a 20/20 interview airing tonight you can see part of that in morning on "good morning america" victim 1 says sandusky once chased him home from school. he said foaled him home through oncoming traffic. when the boy went up an alley to get away sandusky went to my house and parked out , yeah, it was that bad. you can see part of that interview on gma at 7:00. >>> los angeles police think an office in texas could whole the key to dozens of unsolved murders by the manson family four decades ago. the investigation came to light during a legal battle to obtain hours of taped interviews with manson follower. manson and his followers were convicted of killing eight in a plot t
Univision
Oct 18, 2012 6:30pm PDT
estados como maryland y virginia. en los Ángeles juan carlos gonzales univisión. las negociaciones buscan poner fin. pablo desde noruega nos cuenta que pasó en la primera jornada de conversaciones.>> quedó inaugurada lo que lleva la converación después de casi 5 decadas. aunque las diferencias parezcan irreconciliable en algunos casos ambas partes quieren paz. >> no habrá zonas despejadas, se discutirá la paz. >> no se tratará el tema del fin del fuego si no al final del conflicto armado. >> seguramente se necestia un poco más de muertos. >> así parecen haber coincidido para negociar una salida y hubo espacio para diferencias cemánticas. >> esto es para la participación popular. >> esto será en cuba. >> tenemos que salir de la oscura noche, de la confrontación.>> el ex vice presidente dijoiq que no se discutirá mientras no se dispongan las armas. 48 años de muertes y secuestros podrían llegar a su fin si este cuarto intento de frutos. >> esto tiene que ver con que consideran es el terrorismo de estado y el gobierno de colombia considera que habrá que discutir sobre
FOX News
Oct 19, 2012 4:00pm PDT
: the los angeles police department is now looking into whether the notorious man son family could have been responsible for more than a dozen murders that have been unsolved for decades on end. but there is a federal judge in texas who is blocking access to this potential evidence. as the story goes, charles manson and his followers were convicted some four decades ago of some of the most brutal killings in the history of our nation. a series of grizzly murders in the los angeles area back in 1969. seven victims in all, including the actress sharon tate who was 8 and a half months pregnant. charles manson and several of his followers are still locked up in prison in california but around the time of the original crimes, one of those followers may have admitted to more killings, in audio recordings with his attorney. now the l.a.p.d. wants access to those recordings. but the judge ruled the cops cannot have them because they are currently tied up in a bankruptcy case. trace gallagher is in los angeles. did the cops say that there might really be some evidence on those tapes? >> will, th
Telemundo
Oct 18, 2012 11:00pm PDT
buenas noches. . >>> gracias los Ángeles gracias mÉxico. ♪ (mÚsica) ♪ cc: telemund topvo ---en san francisco, las autoridades siguen tras la pista de 5 hombres sospechosos de golpear a un hombre mexicano que trabaja como cocinero en el restaurante "serpentine". ---cesar chuc, de 39 aÑos, fue llevado al hospital la madrugada del martes en estado "critico" tras ser encontrado inconsciente luego de una pelea en la esquina de las calles 16 y valencia. ---segn sus amigos, "chuc" pudo haber sido victima de un robo y aseguran que su pronostico es grave. ---su esposa, quien vive en mexico, esta solicitando un permiso para viajar a estados unidos. ---la pareja tiene 4 hijos y segun sus allegados, chuc planeaba regresar a mexico con su familia antes de navidad. ---si usted tiene informacion sobre este caso, contacte a las autoridades. blanca --buenas noches les saluda blanca garza gracias por acompaÑarnos . cu ---hoy.. un grupo de estudiantes en oakland vivio momentos de tension y angustia cuando un hombre armado rondaba las instalaciones de una universidad. take 2 box ---gabriela dellan e
Univision
Oct 19, 2012 7:00am PDT
días y feliz viernes >>costa oeste, los Ángeles 78 maxima, mínima 61 bajan las temperaturas mañana maxima 72. domingo cielo nublado, maxima 86 grados, si sale en los Ángeles hágalo de preferencia el sábado. >>para dallas, están bajando las temperaturas, esperamos un fin de semana perfecto para disfrutar al aire libre, 79 y 54 la mínima. >>amigos de nueva york, recuerden antes de salir de casa llevar paraguas, lluvias hoy por la mañana, el fin de semana vuelve el sol, temperaturas frescas sábado y domingo >>en denver, temperaturas espectaculares, 0% probabilidad de lluvias. >>para miami, octubre ha sido de condiciónes cálidas y humedas, 30%probabilidad de lluvias y tormentas aisladas fin de semana soledado, disfrutenlo. >>ahora llego el momento que todos esperamos, las fotos. la primera de keyla desde nueva york. >>también tenemos a victoria leos, nos muestra un cielo divino en carolina del norte. >>la siguiente imagen de silvia, una foto divina de west palm beach, florida. >>y como amanece carolina del norte? aquí la tiene, enviada por adriana alvarez, muchas gracias por
CBS
Oct 19, 2012 7:00am PDT
. in los angeles thursday felix baumgartner took us through a replay of his jump. >> that door opens up, what does that look like, what does it sound like? >> it's all about you and the effect of you standing there, you're the only person on the whole planet experiencing this moment. it's unique. >> he uttered four more words. and jumped into the stratosphere. >> everything looks great. what happened. you start to tumble right there. what does that feel like? >> it starts ramping up. now i have to come up with something. i had to find a solution. i only had 40 seconds because then it's all over. >> it's all over because he hit thicker air that would slow him down and prevent him from reaching the speed of sound. instead he regained control, free falling for four minutes and 20 seconds, hitting mach 1.24, 834 miles per hour. >> you get to the point where you're traveling at the speed of sound but you're also in this suit. so physically do you have a sense of how fast you're going? >> in the beginning because the air is so thin you don't have that noise so you have almost no sensation of
CBS
Oct 19, 2012 7:00am EDT
california bear. the bear's name meat ball. he couldn't stay away from homeowners outside of los angeles. the bear has become a celebrity and a challenge for his keepers. we'll show you how social media connect ad community with a bear. good morning. >> good morning, charlie. this one official from california department of fish and game and said bear sightings in california have become the equivalent of a high-speed car chase. the cameras show up. the bear shows up. the community becomes captivated. but the big question what happens the next time? doesn't matter if you have two legs or four. if you get in trouble in hollywood -- new know how famous you are? >> -- it makes headlines. they surrounded this one area. he's between a house and a fence. >> this bear has been put in custody nearly as much as lindsay lohan. yet it's that celebrity that's saved his life. >> so you are one lucky bear. >> as a fan, he wanted pictures. but he's also an official with the california department of fish and game. >> hi. >> he first got wind of the 400-pound black bear. he was reported rummaging around a garag
FOX News
Oct 19, 2012 1:00pm EDT
today have a developing story in los angeles about a whole series of unsolved killings that may be tracked back to charlie manson's family. and governor romney's wife ann sits down with the ladies of "the view" and gets different questions from the ones the obama's faced a few weeks back. we'll show you where they went with her, next. >> when he was governor he was pro-choice, and now is against abortion except in the case of rape and inch crest and th the life of the mother. i wonder what your views are. we have been accused of a sharp tongue so we'll start off gentle and work our way. you are about to celebrate your 20th wedding anniversary, october 3rd. [applause] ♪ [ slap! ] [ slap! sp! slap! slap! ] ow! [ male announcer ] when your favorite foods fight you, fight back fast with tums smoothies. so fast and smooth, you'll forget you had heartburn. ♪ tum tum tum tutums [ male announcer ] tums smoothies. ♪ tum tum tum tutums then you may be looking for help in choosing the right plan for your needs. so don't wait. call now. whatever your health coverage needs, unitedhealthca
Univision
Oct 18, 2012 5:00pm PDT
, hoy más que ayer, se ha llevado un ángel. >> un ventilador artificial lo matuvo en vida. tras la autopsia se aclarará de las dudas, si fue por la caida de la cama o recibió un golpe propinado por otra persona. >> hoy llegó a este triste final tras ser desconectado, en san juan, puerto ricico, primer impacto. >> gracias linda, un colombiano decidió vender uno de sus riñones, el acto ha sacudido a todo el país. >> este hombre quiere vender un riñon, no tiene con que comer ni comprar las medicinas de su madre, y no soporta ver a sus hijos más flacos, por eso ofreció su riñón por un equivalente a unos 12 mil dólares. >> asegura el joven que las deudas lo enloquecen y está dispuesto a hacer lo que sea. >> para mantenerme mi familia. >> sin ocultar su tristeza, dice que aunque tiene varios oficios nadie le da trabajo. >> hetrabajado como operario de pagina, como médico taumatologo. >> nos djeron que no quiere lo que haga, pero las opiniones están divididas. >> es una labor grandisima, da la vida por sus hijos, yo daria otro tanto. >> si bien es cierto que la pobreza en c
ABC
Oct 19, 2012 6:00am PDT
los angeles police are investigating a dozen unsolved murders that may be linked to charles manson and his followers. we'll be right back. >>> check out this jet stream and rain to our north some could dip down to the northern sections of the state today helping influence that onshore breeze we are developing now the reason it is cloudy the reason we are going to drop 10 to 20° today. 60s in most areas a few 70s southern part of the bay more sunshine there north bay and east bay valleys temperatures continue to cool with more sunshine tomorrow, clouds on the increase sunday wet weather possible monday. >>> good morning. we head out to westbound highway 4 new accident with motorcycle lane three westbound at bailey typically slow out of antioch as you approach the scene into pittsburg just under 25 minutes into the concord area. westbound 580 at vass bow accident in the median, new accident reported 580/680 junction under 30 minutes there stall 101 in the city at vermont. >>> 6:third nine. los angeles police think an office in texas could hold dee to -- could hold key to unsolved mu
Univision
Oct 19, 2012 5:00pm EDT
más de primer impacto. >> una nueva demanda enfrenta el alguacil de los angeles, por detener a los inmigrantes por tiempo prolongado para averiguar su status. >> se denunció que por ser arrestado, fue detenido por 3 semanas, aunque la ley establece que pudo quedar libre bajo fianza en 48 horas. >> todos nosotros como seres humanos necsitamos un trato digno. >> se trabaja la demanda contra el sheriff, junto con otros inmigrantes. >> estaban diciendo que no pueden seguir deteniendo a la gente después que salgan a la cárcel solamente para esperar que migración venga por ellos. >> los jornaleros también presentaron demandas, porque están más vulnerables. >> los jornaleros han sido víctimas de arrestos injustificados, trabajadores que el patrón les negó pagarle y les acusan de robo y terminaron en proceso de deportación. >> el alguacil del condado, dijo que va a cambiar su práctica e iniciará la nueva política, de cualquier persona pague su fianza aunque tenga orden de detención migratoria. >> un drama vive la familia de un jornalero mexicano, piden que le brinden atenci
ABC
Oct 19, 2012 4:00pm PDT
singer said she uses guns as symbols of intollerance. >> back here in los angeles premier of the movie "chasing maverick". >> i have taken a couple rides the year before the movie. then, i thought what a great way to have to learn to be able to tell a story about a thing, you know? >> it hits theaters friday. for all of your entertainment news head over to otrc.com. >> tom hanks and abc are apologizing after after the star accidentally let a swear word slip on "good morning america". >> i loved the movie. don't throw me on the street. can you speak in that accent? >> we have mic issues. most of them are swear words. >> if you say witness an accent like that. >> yes. >> oh! >> we're so sorry... uh... good morning america? >> man, oh, man. >> oh, boy. hanks apologized saying next time he's on "good morning america" there will be a seven second delay. >> oops. >> more still to come at 4:00. he was known as victim number one during jerry sandusky child sex abuse trial. >> victim means people feel sympathy for you. i don't want that. >> now he talks in an abc news interview. what he says sh
CBS
Oct 19, 2012 1:35am PDT
or risk getting a bad agreed. a mother whose son attends the los angeles county high school for the arts says students were given homework requiring them to ask their family and friends for donations. she says students were given a script of what to say and had to provide proof that they sent out at least ten requests. >> there has to be something illegal about grading a student based on how much money they can bring in or even proof that they are out soliciting donation. this is a public school. >> the school is tuition free and receives state funding. the district says the fund- raising effort was supposed to be part of the walk for the arts, organized by a volunteer group of parents. and it is looking into the matter. >>> whether you are looking for a new restaurant to try or a hotel to stay in, lots of people use yelp. but it turns out many online reviews that look real are quite fake. cbs 5 reporter julie watts shows us how yelp is going undercover to keep companies from gaming the system. >> how often do you use online reviews? >> every day, all the time. >> do you trust those
PBS
Oct 19, 2012 4:00pm PDT
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SFGTV
Oct 19, 2012 4:00am PDT
] that was in los angeles a couple of days ago, will be in berkeley tomorrow and then after that in new york of course, so there you are, that is how we are civilized together, how we are human beings that try to push ahead san francisco, paris, two cities that are destined to understand everything and do the maximum understanding because san francisco and paris believe in progress, know that it's difficult that progress of a factor of human development, we don't want to forget anybody, we want to shoulder each other, help each other so that the two cities, san francisco and paris be the most attractive cities in the world but also the most smiling cities in the world, the most -- the cities that are worth your affection and that express to the rest of the world their taste of friendship, fraternity, friendship and for that we have to be together, we have to wan -- want to draoe yait toing and we want to make sure that this memorandum of understanding, this understanding between paris and san francisco be a final way of saying to each other it's happiness to live in both san francis
SFGTV
Oct 19, 2012 12:00pm PDT
about that too and we will be in las vegas and los angeles after that as well. las vegas is a 70,000 square foot club. that is quite different. >> thank you. any questions from the public? yes. >> well good evening commissioners. i am also a long time 22 year resident and i want to discuss and also present to you i have seen a lot of positive changes in this one is a good one. during that time some 13 years ago there was a very cool selma chang high restaurant located there and it now closed and the lounge and if you remember and it's now closed. a great place to be to hang your hat and really the wind of the world and i want to show you my positive feelings about having this dining come to the area. as you also know even down on union street there is a asian street fair restaurant called [inaudible] and that opened after the loma parada earthquake and revitalized that nairksd there so i am hoping with this new venture that happens at one kearney street as i understand it and welcome and not to make it too pricey. >> we will get an early bird special going. >> all right. any other pu
FOX
Oct 19, 2012 4:30am PDT
. >>> the los angeles police department has announced it is opening the investigation into a dozen unsolved murders that could have ties to the manson family. the murders are very similar to the killings in the late 1960s. it comes as police are in a legal battle to obtain audio tapes between manson follower charles watson and his attorney. >>> the colorado movie theater where a gunman killed 12 people and injured dozens of others is being renovated. the makeover in response to a survey sent a 6,000 people asking what should be done with the building. 70% say it should be remodeled and reopened. the theater should be back in business by early next year. >>> the san diego man arrested on child pornography charges may be connected to a terrorist plot to blow up the federal reserve bank in new york city. howard willie carter ii appeared in san diego federal court yesterday. he was arrested after the fbi found 1,000 images of child pornography on a computer that was traced back to him. now court records indicate carter has connections to a 21- year-old man who was arrested in new york
SFGTV2
Oct 19, 2012 3:00am PDT
has written noert "new york times", the los angeles times and several magazines. his work has won the spirit of the west award as well as the colorado book award. the book, house of rain, is craig's latest book. please help me welcome craig childs. . >> hello. i come to you from out of the desert. i'm coming to you from a landscape where once you get an eye for things, 3 grains of sand out of place draw your attention, where everything is brought to bear, where everything is hinged to a story, every drop of rain leaving a dimple in the ground. stories are everywhere out in this landscape. when you walk down into the bottom of the narrow canyons made of sandstone and you put your hands on the sand stone faces and the smooth shallow scallops that look like champagne glasses, you can feel the shape of the last flood that came through. every place in the desert is a story. every place is a passage way. it's really hard to walk very far in the desert for me because there are so many stories that start opening up and lead you from place to place and place and soon you start picking up t
WHUT
Oct 19, 2012 7:00pm EDT
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with d.l. hughley. he has a new comedy special. it is called "d.l. hughley: the endangered list." the special tax on many issues of our time, including the notes on a -- the notion of a post- racial america. we are glad you could join us for my conversation with d.l. hughley, coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: please welcome d.l. hughley back to this program. later this month, you can catch his all new comedy special, called "d.l. hughley: the endangered list." the one-hour special airs saturday, october 27 on -- at 11:00 on comedy central. here is a preview. >> one of
KCSMMHZ
Oct 19, 2012 6:00am PDT
. oklahoma city on the warmer side. 22 degrees. los angeles staying in the 20s as well. houston, a little bit warmer there at 29. staying above average here across the eastern seaboard. in europe, still in the northern regions, the scandinavian peninsula, and european peninsula looking at unsettled and cool weather. very sunny and warm across much of central portions. vienna, 17. berlin, 20. rome looking at 27 degrees. however, the unstable conditions will be prevailing across the peninsula. any additional precipitation could trigger flooding and mud slides and frequent lightning, hail and gusts are a possibility and temperatures are cooling down due to the cold front passing through the region. here's our extended forecast. >> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes. from all of us here at nhk world, thanks very much for joining us.
FOX
Oct 19, 2012 12:00pm PDT
cost of doing business here are part of the reasons. the report adds los angeles and san diego are home to started ups that have created more jobs there than here. earlier this month size up.com reported fremont and san jose were the best places in the country for technology start ups. >>> facebook is taking a page from apple's playbook, the social network issued a vague invitation to the med ofor media for an event there, that is the only clue. they started a service that lets them give tangible rather than virtual gifts then. >>> some people in california are facing a fork in the road. this 6 foot tall fork popped up earlier there. by wednesday the city decided to take it down. it was put up by an artist as a landmark for visitors. now some are calling for it to be brought back. >> it was artistic, whimsical and told the story there was a fork in the road. watch out. put it back. >> they appreciate the creativity but say it is neither safe nor legal to put giants objects on public streets or medians. >>> the company that makes sunscreen is recalling one of its products, they say
WHUT
Oct 19, 2012 7:30am EDT
and is held every october. at a train station in central los angeles, commuters practiced evacuating. station officials helped passengers get off trains and walk along the tracks to the safety. >> any earthquake in the world that happens seems to, inspire people to take more interest in earthquakes. to get better prepared. and certainly, the earthquake in 2011, had, has, has done that. >> california has been hit by massive quakes in the past. experts say that if a 7.8 magnitude quake were to hit the state it could kill 2,000 people, injure 50,000 and cause $2.6 billion in damage. germans are on a mission to make their country nuclear free. they lead the world in solar power generation. but they also rely on wind as key source of clean energy. germany is investing hef leave in an offshore wind farms which can yield four times as much power as land based sources. now it is trying to figure out the next step. germany any first offshore wind farm went into operation three years ago. by 2020, the country aims to have 2,000 of these jigiant win fills in the north sea and baltic
CBS
Oct 19, 2012 4:00am PDT
degrees. miami thunderstorms 86. chicago, mostly cloudy, 52 degrees. dallas, sunny, 80. los angeles partly sunny 76 degrees. >>> now for a check of today's national forecast, heavy wind driven rain will extend from southern new england to mid-atlantic states. the south will be sunny and dry except for a few showers across florida. rainy and wind i across the central plains and ohio valley. the southwest and the southern rockies sunny and warm. high mountain snow is likely in washington, oregon and montana. >>> in sports there is a new champion of the american league, the detroit tigers finished off their sweep of the new york yankees in convincing fashion. miguel cabrera's two-run homer was enough offense for the tigers to punch the yankees. tigers win 8-1 and are headed back to the world series for the second time in six years. they are designed to win it all for the first time since 1984. the tigers are waiting for the american league series. game four in st. louis and the cardinals built up a big lead over the giants. the cards go on to win 8-3. they can punch their ticket with game fiv
PBS
Oct 19, 2012 5:30pm EDT
range of companies, from small businesses to major corporations. what can we do for you? >> "bbc world news" was presented by kcet, los angeles.
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Oct 19, 2012 1:30pm PDT
francisco giant to los angeles. with much regret, i'm happy for marc, but he has been a huge proponent of our housing systems.
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Oct 19, 2012 6:00pm EDT
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NBC
Oct 19, 2012 6:00am PDT
-speed drivers of the tesla roadster will be able to get a recharge on their way to los angeles. >> the company today will open its new electric gas stations, i guess you call it. scott, fill it up? >> it's not a regular gas station so the new recharge stations will be a welcome sight for electric drivers and good advertising for tesla as well. a few months ago tesla announced the technology to charge cars more quickly. these stations will open at gilroy, folsom, harris ranch and barstow. meanwhile the company is announcing a buy-back program. if you own a roadster, you can turn it in for partial credit on a new model s sedan. the model of this story, we all turn in our roadsters for sedans eventually. >>> look at this, this is a car mechanic making a house call. he's from your mechanic. a new san francisco-based startup which sends certified mechanics to your house sometimes for less money than you pay at the fix-it shop and the waiting room is your own living room. the creator will be my guest this sunday here. >>> and the nation's biggest maker of binders has weighed in on mitt romne
FOX Business
Oct 19, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. from los angeles signed a contract this year at ending $240 million over 10 years. number one. biggest contract goes to alex rodriguez. 10 year contract worth $275 million. the yankees still o 114 million. he went three/25 in postseason. in 2001 he signed today $52 million contract with fed texas rangers. he was traded eight years ago. i should have been a baseball player. by a millions of dollars are spent on flat screen tvs and waterfalls. the president and romney tried to include women voters. are they being pandered? ann coulter tells us next.@ ♪ everyone has gls. take the steps to reach yours,s wi real advice, for real goals. the us bank wealth magement advisor can help you. every step of the way. from big steps, to little steps. since 1863 we' helped guide our clients, so they can take the steps to help grow, preserve, and pass along their wealth. so their footsteps can help the nexteneration find their own path. all of us serving you. us bank gerri: 30 times often the word women was said during the debate. both candidates are out trying to get the women's vote but it sounds li
KRON
Oct 18, 2012 8:00pm PDT
>> right now the score is 8- 1 in the eighth inning. take a look. they are trying to take it is going to take a miracle. >> if you need to be a fan we have a great comeback. with one more victory we can bring the team that coma. >> is there ever a point of the game and the giants are out of it? >> never. >> the giants are battling. >> they are battling. they are back in but i love about their team is the resilience. we are definitely not out of that we definitely have them where we want them. >> baseball fans are amazing. they are going to be here with the energy it is unbelievable. >> we were 2-0 in the national league and nobody came back from that. so, we have a chance. >> the bay area has sold because we will half it happened because we have- seoul. >> if your going to do it would need to do it fast with just six outs. if they do not come back that they will be at it tomorrow. and. zito will be on the pitcher's mound. >> if that was not enough pressure the san francisco 49ers are planning to night at candlestick park. they are trying to repair the damage to the n.y. giants. try to top the seattle seahawks. jerry r. stone is alive. j.r.? >> pam you can see many people are taking the elevator. they are thinking that the team has got it. we have been out here all day and it has been quite the party. >> we are. >> we have that right. with the tailgate party it was more like a shirtless party. with a lot of food. >> i thought i saw the smallest to grow but i think i was wrong. >> i was wrong the smallest grill them on our budget we came all the way that is a $5 coral. >> and what you call this? >> a heart attack inside of a of aluminum foil. that is a $5 - grill.. some of the girls were very friendly. >> we have everything over here. >> that has to be one of the hottest swea suits. >> that is okay, i can burn a couple of extra calories. >> i did not want to be hot and so i just trust silly. >> shown some legs. >> i guess that to date it would be hot. >> are these glasses hard to find? >> heat/ashbury. >> you can even find just about anything on heat- ashbur haight ashbury street is where i got these glasses. and they feel confident. much more on these highlights with the sports with sports director, gary >> a building permit consultant has been hired at san francisco's first director of earthquake safety this was a certified bru building inspector that was on the mayor's border of advisers. however, if there is a store from the are prone to collapsed during an earthquake. with a 30 year plan that there is a plan to reduce the risks of these structures. >> a local teenager is kicked out and denied the top honor that he worked for for several years. he is not taking this action is sitting down. we have the story. >> making their voices heard. brian anderson and his parents walked into the boy scouts of america. with 400,000 signatures after he was kicked out for being gay. >> it really hurts me. >> he stood up for a skill that was being bullied. during that time the 18 year-old saying that he was gay. he stood up for a-boy scout. and that he's received a letter. with that, his top honor eagle. >> and it is totally devastating. and hearing that it is hearing other scouts is also totally devastating. >> the mother and immediately started an on- line competition-petition on change got work. >> they are looking at their anti-gay policy the mother started the change.org.. online campaign. >> you can see it in their eyes and they are imprisoned by this policy. >> we now must choose or sexual orientation. i did not choose mind. why am i less better than a street person? >> they're hoping that this show of support. why might -- better than a -- street person? >> they're wanting to do awa wit don' tobring t and chan and bring about change. the analogy used was why my better than the-stree straight person. >> how about the pedophiles? and in social pathogenesis. >> and we of the data base. >> they're able to goers and threaten these kids. to silence. >> these names are here with 20,000 documents kept secret by the scouts for years. the victims' identities are remote but not the alleged abusers. >> we're talking about hundreds, not thousands. sex offenders are roaming free. >> and we are talking about thousands, not hundreds. >> the alleged molestations from 1960's to 1985. the los angeles times showing that all of the few on populated sections of the country. dozens of cases were documented in northern california alone. this man saying that he was molested and oregon. >> just thinking about it makes me angry. how could you do that to somebody? how could you bring somebody did somebody who is so innocent? they have done nothing wrong >> this account master is serving a 10 year term but 80 percent of the cases were skoda officials were the first to learn there is no record of the allegations being reported to police. and one of every five cases the officials actively tried to conceal the abuse. or allow the suspect to hide it. for their part, the boy scouts admit that mistakes were made. they insist that today there in the forefront against child abuse. >> this organization has a firm and everlasting deep commitment. >> also in those documents released we found dozens of cases that involve local scout leaders. terisa estacio has a closer look. what happened when the victims spoke up. >> these are some of the local case is that we discovered. these cases happen all over the bay area. and some contain graphic details. and san francisco a scout master saying that this leader tried to fondle his son and daughter but they did not want to speak up because they were scared of the leader who had been in the military. wentworth was removed after several months of complaints from boys sing that he tried to obstruct their temples. >> in hayward a scout leader. ... ash boys were saying that he tried to st oke their gentials.genita ls... >> jacqueline: 90's with 80s to the peninsula. and even san francisco, 85 degrees. as we take a look at the current temperatures. temperatures are sliding quite a bit in the other locations. 60s in the north bay. 64 in half moon bay. '70s but that fog is already warming up along the coast. the changes. for tomorrow. we will have changes and fog for the coast overnight. a sunny afternoon with much cooler conditions. and we're talking about 10, 20 degrees cooler. and for the weekend, continuing cooling and next week we will see a big storm system impacting the base system. the first major system storm for the-bay area storm system. >> the bay area doctor at exchanging prescription drugs for sex. he is in court for the first time. we will take you inside. dr. bonham and how other law enforcement agencies are being explored to fight crime. >> jeff bush and the detour has come to done with extreme sports. stay civic center plaza you or not we want to miss it. >> the santa clara health official is facing major drug charges dr. bonham is exchanging prescription drugs for street drugs, and sex. >> any comment? >> dr. marvin bonham had no comment on thursday afternoon entering the courtroom. the pediatrician is free on $1 million bail. he entered " no plea code to 18 felonies. for prescribing the known powerful painkillers to known drug addicts. >> the charges that he is facing it is kind of two separate statements put the same act. prescribing without a medical need. and also prescribing to people that he knows or should know that our attics. >> this search warrant at his los gaul-his los gatos estate showing controlled substances, and how investigators suspected that the doctor could be involved in child pornography. that could be more charges. >> as with any case there is the possibility of more information and there could be more criminal acts. >> the doctor has surfaced on the radar of investigators across checked a database with the doctors and the prescriptions. 29 were given to people with criminal fraud histories. and no way what a pediatrician would expect to right. he will no longer be able to practice medicine until this case is resolved. rob fladeboe, kron 4. >> last night was remarkable with a meteor s hundreds of people reported and seeing and hearing that space debris. charles clifford was in the east bay where scientists believe that it could have landed. >> just before 8:00 p.m. a media --meteor this benicia resident saw it. then i saw this white i thought that it was a shooting star for a full-year going across the sky. but it was a streak. and if it was perhaps too- therese seconds in the sky. >> 2-3 seconds. >> the or rya arethe orian are y like her to enjoy this one. >> we think that it was a smaller piece of an asteroid. it hit the upper the stratosphere and it crashed north of here. probably near the martinez is he'll laughfoothills. televin reporters were in the out. in the martinez hills looking for space rocks. however is an understatement to refer to it as a needle in a haystack. this gentleman and his friend were hiking. >> did you see anything? >> no. the we saw a lot of rocks, a lot of dry grass but we did not see any meteors. >> changes are coming! visibility reduced. '60s and '70s for the most part. we will even see some 80s. but even cooler sunday, temperatures are only going to be in the 60s. even cooler weather for early next week or as well as rainfall the first storm of the season. let us take a look at the morning temperatures. 8:00 a.m. will be chilly. temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s to start. as we go towards noon to have are going to be slower to warm up. 60's and '70's however, not a lot of eighties on the screen. let us take a look of the south bay. neighborhood by neighborhood. '70s in cupertino. and we will see some low 80s for the inland valleys. 80s in livermore. '70s and hayward. about 15 degrees cooler but still pleasant with a dramatic cool down along the coast. that morning fog. 60s through half moon bay. and san francisco and for the north bay temperatures to be in the '70s for the most part. 70's in santa rosa. 82 tonight. a look at your extended forecast with much cooler conditions. that cooling trend will continue into early next week a major storm moving into the bay area. the first of the season we could see 1 in. of rain in portions of the bay area. >> remember, go to our new channel. comcast 193 for the latest news, weather and traffic updates and to watch all the presidential speeches. uninterrupted. and on digital 4.2. >>pam: new tonight it is called the doew---dew tour kron 4 shows you some of the competition and what we can expect for the next several days. >> you cannot miss it it takes up the entire plaza in front of civic center. extreme sports figures are in town. the be emax preliminaries are in the air 30 ft.. here is what it looks like from the camera. truly amazing. and this is the second of the three city tour. with urban sports, skateboarding, p.m. next, the crowds were already beginning to get other. this call came down from santa rosa. >> pm --bmx it is our first time and we love that it is local and san francisco. >> this is a great place for extreme sports fans. >> we are great for the extreme action sports fortune and we are bringing these to the fans that can come and enjoy yet. to get on bikes, and get on skateboards, all for free and inshore -enjoy and they can all enjoy it. riding the trills of the trials wi the professionals. >> coming up later, the 49ers against seattle. a lot of defense with the highlights and the giants. they needed that one in the st. louis the entire store, later. ñgñg >>pam: this candidate from city council learns the dangers of oakland residents. he shares his story of a gunpoint robberies after an anti- crime meeting. pam a suspicious fire at a bay area home the are trying to figure out of the flames were used to cover up a murder. ahead. >> the latest story. the giants have to when tomorrow after losing tonight. game 5 tomorrow the first patch is 5:07 sports director, gary radnich will have more accurate placental boys got gathered over 400,000 petitions after he was tonight and eagle award and kicked out for being gay. they delivered boxes full of signatures around the country to the local boy scout office today. he, and his family are hoping that this will help change to the scouts. >> in the meantime these documents with the names of over 20,000 alleged abuser secret by the boy scouts for years. this was an unprecedented of the skeleton organization handles suspected molestations. dating as back to the 1960's. 80 percent of the officials they knew about the abuse they did not report it to police. >> the number of officers at the oakland office there is the lowest low wall and four years. snorer mee lowest--level in four years. with soaring crime. >> with a homicide at over 100. and only 629 officers the city is looking for help. >> our citizens are being victimized by crime right now. we need additional resources. >> council members of the short term is to bring on additional officers from the surest apartment and the c h p. >> we need to bring some formal relationship with other-share of -- adjacent sure officsheriff officers. >> we're talking $150,000 per deputy premier. >> it is not clear how many they are considering. but the idea is to have them here. so the records will graduate from the police academy next year. one class is under way and two others are scheduled for next year. the police officers' union is saying that they are just thinking about bringing outside agency speaks to the city's failure. when it comes to failure of funding and public funding. also, when officers have no accountability in the citizens of oakland that said, they're looking at this plan before making any final determination. at the police headquarters, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> our team coverage and and that is running for the oakland city council is robbed after leaving an anti-crime committing a just team has that. >> to anti-crime meeting. >> the first thing i was thinking was that is this man going to shoot free? >> here, while he was getting out of his home. and was this guy going to--shoot me. >> i saw his gun and he said give me your wallet. >> and i tried not to panic. i thought that my life was in danger and i needed to do what ever he asked and that is what i did. >> after about 20 seconds the gunman got what he wanted and he told him to run. he called police. he is one of seven people running for oakland city council. part of his platform is to hire more police officers. >> we are severely understaffed. we need more police to of the city and the neighborhoods patrolling the neighborhood on a regular basis and responding to calls. more quickly than they have in the past. >> he was not hurt just shaken up but they can also he is able to replace what was stolen. what will gi happened to him will provide a better understanding. >> this body found with investigators founding suspicious. this fire started just after midnight on san carlos avenue toward this belongs to a former san francisco firefighter. this neighborhood that is not want to be identified doubts that this home owner had anything to do with it. >> as far as i know i do not seem like do not. i would be shocked. most of the time i saw mike by himself. i would see her once in awhile. if they were going to go to the store. she was a sweet girl. >> the investigators of the element of investigators are trying to find the owner of a home. the positive identification will be made by the county office coroner.. for the woman. >> temperatures are going to be in the 80s and 90s. we're expecting the '60s and '70s. today in richmond. 87. and even 85 degrees. the inland valleys how as we take a live look also from our roof cam visibility is still decent. however that fog is reformulating with the visibility not that bad. patches of fog and the san mateo coast line at this hour. they will spread towards the bayshore and prince cooler conditions tomorrow. the areas of fog will mainly be along the coast. temperatures dropping by 20 degrees. and again and mainly in the '60s and '70s. wait until you see the extended forecast you better get your umbrella. >> coming up, we will spend some time on this street and san francisco in this next edition of people behaving badly. >> today's market update with google of state impacting the numbers of the doubt dropping. the nasdaq was hit hardest. and the s&p 500 was giving up 1/4 points. google was actually not meant to be released when it was they have wanted to police chiefs for earnings but some people released that data earlier. the report showed that the earnings were not as strong. officials say this drop is mainly due to the acquisition of motorola. >> after 80 years of a new stable newsweek has ended its print edition and going completely digital. >> it is the end of an era. they are going all digital. the last print edition will be published december 31st. news week saying that this is a trend in the industry. the new orleans tribune is only going free publications per week. they are trying to cope with the enlargement they want news now. tablets are becoming more popular they can get that content when and where ever they want. and the case of newsweek the print has plunged from a 3,000,020062 1 million. and also advertising revenue for their print is also decreasing. >> could the 49ers. the seahawks?
LINKTV
Oct 18, 2012 7:30pm PDT
ghettos of san francisco and los angeles. so, as the group moved and expanded its traditional christian commitment to social justice, equality, and so on, it changed, and some of the members tended to be more politically committed, with less of an emphasis on christianity. >> social justice, inclusiveness, caring about the poor - these are great ideals. how do we go from these beautiful ideals to tragic suicide in the jungles of guyana? >> i think it's really hard to understand why people who join a group with high intentions and noble ideals end up ultimately killing their children and themselves. and i don't think anyone who joined people's temple in the beginning ever thought or imagined that they would end up on the cover of newsweek as a dead body. but what happens, i think, as you become part of an organization that requires total commitment, you begin to make compromises, which are justified by your faith and commitment - that your goal is worthy; racial equality is something that we want. however, if you begin to coerce people or threaten people, then your goal is comp
FOX
Oct 19, 2012 7:00am PDT
the high cost of doing business here are part of the reasons. they say los angeles and san diego have more jobs than in the bay area. fremont and san jose were the best places in the country for technology start ups. >> apple has lost a legal battle against samsung in the united kingdom and now has been told to publicly apologize. that court said samsung didn't copy apple's design. they said that the tablet doesn't infringe because they were not as cool. that could end the legal fight in europe but apple may still appeal to the supreme court. >> the san jose quakes hope to set a new record this weekend when they break ground on their new soccer stadium. they want the most people taking part in the ceremony. the record right now 4532. the ground breaking is scheduled sunday morning on coleman avenue. it'll open just in time for the 2014 season. >> we have been talking about the bridge closure. how is the bay bridge looking? >> its going to be slow and crowded. we will see -- we don't usually have friday like conditions anymore. we had them in summer but not in the fall. let's do o
ABC
Oct 19, 2012 5:00am EDT
to raise prices next year. they say they're ready to test elsewhere. next location will be in los angeles, opening in 2013. if you want to be big bird for halloween, you may have to make your own costume. thanks to mitt romney, big bird costumes for adults have been flying off door shells. some are even sold out. this is after he threatened to cut government funding for pbs. that is business news. >> thank you. have a great weekend. speaking of the weekend, we are on the doorstep now. >> happy it is friday. it will be a great weekend weather wise. have to get through today first. we do have a couple of issues out there this morning. take a look at our temperatures. they are so nice and mile. that is the plus part of the day so far. 64 degrees at reagan national. a couple of 50's out to the west. feeling pretty final rock. a cold front bought the showers and thunderstorms through the night. did you hear the loud thunder? the cold front still off to our west. that means we could still pick up another shower or two over the next several hours. maybe until noon. the clouds will be dec
Current
Oct 19, 2012 3:00am PDT
lisa ferguson in los angeles. good morning. >> good morning, everyone. happy friday. it's a pretty late day on the president's schedule leading up to monday's final debate. the president campaigns today in fairfax, virginia then to camp david. mitt romney is campaigning together with paul ryan this evening, hosting a rally at the daytona beach band shell. they should be pretty happy to see florida's headlines. the orlando sentinel is endorsing mitt romney for president. that is florida's biggest newspaper and four years ago endorsed president obama. >> both took a chance to poke fun at themselves. >> the employment rate is at the lowest level since i took office. i don't have a joke here. i just thought it would be useful to remind everybody. >> it's finally nice to relax and wear what ann and i wear around the house. >> romney took a more playful jab at the president. >> president obama and i are both lucky to have someone in our corner to lean on. i have my beautiful wife, ann. he has bill clinton. >> sounds like she's had enough campaigning. she said if romney doesn't win the wh
KRON
Oct 18, 2012 5:00pm PDT
has done nothing wrong to you. >> in the los angeles times stated that a person of the cases were scout officials for the first to learn there is no record of the allegations being reported to the police. in one out of five cases the officials tried to conceal the information and they allowed them to hide it. the boy scouts admit that mistakes were made and they insist that they are in the forefront of the fight against child abuse. >> ithese are some of the local cases that kron 4 news has discovered about leaders who were thrown out. the reasons all very but they're all due to sexual behavior towards miners and the organization. >> some of the cases i have reviewed today shows some very graphic details. coming up on kron 4 news 06 p.m. we will tell you more of what we have discovered about these documents. >> we also want to know what you think. are the scouts blowing enough to protect children from creditors? teaching not a check on the bay area weather the way it has not hit its peak. it is pretty windy but it was very high today. it has been nice but it is about to wind down.
NBC
Oct 18, 2012 7:00pm PDT
humor. >> picture it -- los angeles. the time, the 1950's. the plot -- guns, girls, money. takes us back to not-to-simple times. >> you really don't know what's going to happen. >> just revealed -- victoria's secret's $2 million fantasy bra, in new york getting the news two weeks after giving birth to her son. >> how much gold are they going to need? because at the time nursing, it was all like really big. >> nothing like a little extra bling, rubies, sapphires and a 20 karat white diamond. >> a.j. is joining us now. your day, just being surrounded by beautiful women never seems to end. >> good day. and i just talked to the sexy new bond girls. without them bond -- well, he'd still be bond. but there's no denying who brings the 00 sexy. the bond girls. the two newest members of the legendary club, naomi harris and a french actress bernice marlowe. >> is it a dream come true to be a bond girl? >> absolutely. i grew up watching bond movies. i've always loved them. i watched "a view to a kill" when i was 12 and i fell in love with christopher walken. >> both of them loving daniel craig
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